FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Rev. T. Rhonda Williams in Christian Commonwealth.]

Jerusalem was to be established in the top of the mountain; that is, it was to be in a position of preeminence and command. But it was there because of its character and its truth. It was to be there by virtue of its inherent worth and attractiveness. "The nations shall flow unto it." This does not indicate an iron supremacy, or superiority through terror; it does not picture Jehovah, as the prophets often did, subduing the nations to Israel, breaking them with a rod of iron; it thinks rather of the nations feeling in Jerusalem a magnetism drawing them to itself. "The nations shall flow unto it," as if they felt that their life also was in it.

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